Clopyralid herbicide use restriction

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Genfarm Clopyralid Herbicide. Back to Herbicides & Weed Killers. Crop Protection Herbicides & Weed Killers Genfarm Clopyralid Herbicide For control of a wide range of broadleaf weeds in wheat, barley, oats, triticale, canola, pastures, fallow land, forests and industrial situations as specified in the Directions for Use. Label restrictions and recommendations change constantly; therefore, consult the product label before use. Title Microsoft Word - Quick Reference for Common Rangeland and Pasture Herbicides - . Herbicide Lontrel™ provides excellent control of Canada thistle and other broadleaf weeds in close proximity to most tree species. Ask an Agrologist. Group. 4. Group. Labels. Lontrel™ Herbicide Label For use in areas requiring lower impact applications. Selective. herbicide, and clopyralid, a Group 4 herbicide. Any weed population can contain plants naturally resistant to Gr 2, or 4 herbicides. Weed species resistant to Gr 2, or 4 herbicides may be effectively managed utilizing another herbicide from a different Group, or by using other cultural or mechanical practices.

  Herbicides registered for use in NC that contain picloram, clopyralid, and aminopyralid: individual in the chain of use of products treated with these herbicides should provide detailed information on the herbicide restrictions to prevent potentially catastrophic problems for other farmers, gardeners, and for themselves (including possible. Pyroxsulam is an ALS mode of action (Group 2) herbicide. Fluroxypyr and clopyralid are growth regulator (Group 4) herbicides. Any weed population may contain or develop plants naturally resistant to this product and other ALS herbicides. ALS resistant biotypes may dominate the weed population if these herbicides are used repeatedly in the same. Many herbicides have rotational restrictions, which specify the length of time until a crop can be planted in the same field after application. Rotational restrictions are placed on herbicide labels to protect the food chain from pesticide residues and/or the succeeding crop from injury.   The herbicide label will specifically outline all grazing and harvest restrictions. The Curtail (active ingredients clopyralid and 2,4-D) label found online (which might be different from your specific label) states “Do not graze lactating dairy cattle in treated areas for 14 days after application”.It is common that horses are not specifically included on herbicide labels; most labels.

When using Sonora Herbicide there are no grazing or haying restrictions. Cody Clopyralid - Cody Clopyralid is a combination of Clopyralid and 2,4-D from Alligare and is a selective herbicide used as a horsetail weed killer but it also controls many other invasive weeds in pastures. Cody Clopyralid is typically sold only to agricultural applicators. Clopyralid is known as a active ingredient in herbicides that kill selective weeds like clover, thistles, and other hard to kill weeds. Clopyralid belongs to the pyridine family of chemicals. It has a high persistence and stays in compost or dead plants, even up to 14 months. D is a chlorophenoxy-herbicide which as a group has been classified as possibly carcinogenic to humans. Depending on the degree of exposure periodic medical examination is indicated. Carrier solvents used in commercial formulations may change physical and toxicological properties. For selective, postemergence control of broadleaf weeds in non-cropland areas including equipment pathways, industrial manufacturing and storage sites and rights-of-way such as along roadsides, electrical lines and railroads. Use on these sites may include application to grazed areas as well as establishment and maintenance of wildlife openings, wild parkland and wildlife management areas, .

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The herbicide clopyralid is commonly sold under the brand names Transline, Stinger, and Confront. It is used to kill unwanted plants in lawn and turf, range, pasture, rights-of-way, sugarbeets, mint, and wheat.

Clopyralid and the products containing it are irritating to eyes, some severely. The eye hazards of four.

Read all Directions for Use carefully before applying. Use of this product in Oregon is limited to the sites stated on this label which are agricultur-al, forest and right-of-way. In New York State, the maximum application rate for ALLIGARE CLOPYRALID 3 is 2/3 pint ( lb.

acid equivalent of clopyralid) per acre per growing season. Clopyralid 7b.2 Weed Control Methods Handbook, The Nature Conservancy, Tu et al. Herbicide Details: Chemical Formula: 3,6-dichloropyridinecarboxylic acid Trade Names: Clopyralid is sold as an acid, ester, or salt under the trade names Transline®, Stinger®, Reclaim®, and Curtail®.Formulations labelled for non-cropland use includeFile Size: 32KB.

ACETOCHLOR GROUP 15 HERBICIDES De!nite CLOPYRALID GROUP 4 HERBICIDES FLUMETSULAM GROUP 2 HERBICIDES See label booklet for complete Precautionary Statements, Directions For Use, and Storage and Disposal.

Manufactured For: Lancaster Pike, Suite A Hockessin, Delaware EPA Reg. EPA Est. IA FIRST AID. Clopyralid: CAS Number: U.S. EPA PC Code: CA DPR Chem Code: Molecular Weight: Use Type: Herbicide: Chem Class: Pyridinecarboxylic acid: View Related Chemicals: Additional Resources About This Chemical Class and Use Type: Historical Use of this Chemical Top five crops and sites for this pesticide in California.

A herbicide approved for use in the EU. It has a high aqueous solubility, is volatile and, based on its chemical properties, there is a high risk of it leaching to groundwater. It can be persistent in both soil and water systems depending upon conditions. It has a low mammalian toxicity and is not expected to bioaccumulate.

It is an irritant. Restricted use herbicide. Grazing restrictions apply, see Table GP3. Use instructions: Apply 8 to 32 oz/A. Use lower rates for easy to control annual and biennial weeds.

Apply higher rates for difficult to control weeds (assumed to be those listed on the label as partially controlled e.g. chickweed, fleabanes, or marestail) or woody species. restrictions outlined on the label.

The restrictions will prevent residues that could stop the meat from being marketed. Most herbicides have grazing and feeding restrictions stated on the label that limit the use of the area for livestock feed. Grazing and harvesting an area for feed following herbicide use often is prohibited because research.

An herbicide is often chosen for use based on its mode of action. If one herbicide is 2,4-D is an auxin mimic, just like the pyridines picloram, clopyralid, and triclopyr.

The Herbicide Table in this handbook indicates the family and mode of action for each herbicide covered in this manual.

Herbicide. fields.* Custom applicators must use all registered herbicides in a manner consistent with their labeling Clopyralid herbicide use restriction book should communicate what products are applied to customers’ fields and provide a copy of the herbicide label(s).

The labels provide all the information on restrictions. The herbicides of concern can also remain active on the hay itself. ACETOCHLOR GROUP 15 HERBICIDES De˜nite CLOPYRALID GROUP 4 HERBICIDES FLUMETSULAM GROUP 2 HERBICIDES See label booklet for complete Precautionary Statements, Directions For Use, and Storage and Disposal.

Manufactured For: Lancaster Pike, Suite A Hockessin, Delaware EPA Reg. EPA Est. IA FIRST AID. Herbicide Trade Name(s) and Links to Specimen Labels. Use to get details of delivery, mix rates, and safety requirements. Time of Year. Target. Resistant.

Clopyralid. Clean Slate, Transline. Anytime during the growing season. Preferred when weeds are small and actively growing. Clopyralid. Clopyralid is used to control annual and perennial broadleaf weeds on rangeland, pastures, turf and lawns, rights-of-way and a few agricultural products such as sugar beets, oats, barley, mint and wheat.

From: Sittig's Handbook of Pesticides and Agricultural Chemicals (Second Edition), Related terms: Herbicide; Triclopyr; MCPA. Life Scientific Clopyralid is a selective, systemic herbicide, effective staff or agents whether or not they supervise or assist in the use of such goods. CLOPYRALID 1L UK LEAF_CLOPYRALID 1L UK LEAF 07/01/ Page 5 Property of Life Scientific Do Not Copy.

Clopyralid3 Herbicide Formulation Solution Active Ingredient clopyralid: 3,6-dichloropyridinecarboxylic acid,monoethanolamine salt Equivalent Brand Transline,® Reclaim® Case Pack / Pallet 4 x 1 gal / 24 cases 2 x gal / 36 cases 30 gal drum / 4 drums Application Rates See label for specific uses and rates.

Timing Post-emergent Signal. Product Name: FMC Clopyralid Herbicide Other Names: Clopyralid, a Group I Herbicide. Pyridinecarboxylic acid derivative. Use: Agricultural herbicide for the control of a wide range of broadleaf weeds. Company: FMC Crop Protection Pty Ltd. Address: 5 Palmer Place, Murarrie, Qld Telephone Number: 07 Fax Number: 07   Clopyralid has a half-life of a few weeks to a few months across a range of soil types.

Significant residues are not expected after one year, but some plants (particularly legumes) are very sensitive to the herbicide. Chlopyralid persists in grass clippings and compost. Do not use clippings from treated areas in compost or as mulch.

HERBICIDE CLOPYRALID GROUP 4 HERBICIDE R For Selective Postemergence Control of Broadleaf Weeds in Apple, Asparagus, Restrictions • Not for Sale, Sale into, Distribution and/or Use in Nassau and Suffolk Counties of New York State. SAVANT SPECIMEN. Brassica. APPLE. Note: When tank mixed with a Group 15 herbicide including metolachlor or acetochlor the group 15 herbicide needs to contain a safener to minimize seed germination risk.

USE RESTRICTIONS • Not for Sale, Sale Into, Distribution and/or Use in Nassau and Suffolk Counties of New York State. Clopyralid is a broad-spectrum herbicide for thistle control in vegetable cultivation.

Its application rate amounts to kg/ha. However, contradictory results in soil leaching experiments require a reliable routine procedure for trace analysis of clopyralid in soil.

Clopyralid (3,6-dichloropyridinecarboxylic acid) is a selective herbicide used for control of broadleaf weeds, especially thistles and alid is in the picolinic acid family of herbicides, which also includes aminopyralid, picloram, triclopyr, and several less common herbicides.

For control of creeping thistle, Cirsium arvense, a noxious, perennial weed, clopyralid is one of the. From: Bruce Pokarney [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Wednesday, Ap AM To: Ag News Subject: Oregon Dept.

of Agriculture News Release and "Story of the Week." ODA restricts use of pesticide products containing clopyralid on lawns and turf in Oregon April 2, ` The Oregon Department of Agriculture has adopted temporary rules that immediately restrict the use of.

Clopyralid 3 Herbicide is manufactured by Alligare for control of broad leaf weeds and woody brush in non-crop areas, forestry sites, storage areas, range lands, and pastures.

When using Clopyralid 3 Herbicide there are no grazing or haying s: Up to 6 leaf TITAN Clopyralid SG Herbicide is compatible with atrazine and simazine for use in triazine tolerant canola. Uptake Spraying Oil at mL/L of water should be added to this mix for best grass and broadleaf weed control.

For the control of annual grass weeds TITAN Clopyralid SG Herbicide + Atrazine + TITAN Hermes +. Clopyralid (3,6-dichloropyridinecarboxylic acid) is a selective herbicide used for control of broadleaf weeds, especially thistles and control of Creeping Thistle, Cirsium arvense, a noxious, perennial weed, clopyralid is one of the few effective herbicides available.

Clopyralid is in the picolinic acid family of herbicides, which also includes aminopyralid, picloram, triclopyr. The patterns of absorption and translocation of 14(C) clopyralid commercially formulated as the acid, monoethanolamine salt, potassium salt, 2-ethylhexyl ester and 1-decyl ester were compared in Cirsium arvense and Polygonum convolvulus grown under three environmental regimes.

Plants were grown under a 35% or 65% RH regime in silica sand maintained at 33% w/w moisture or under a water stress. Stinger® herbicide is a selective postemergence herbicide for control of broadleaf weeds in apple, barley, oats and wheat not underseeded with a legume, canola (rapeseed), Christmas tree plantations, conservation reserve program (CRP) acres, cottonwood/poplar and eucalyptus tree plantations, crambe, fallow cropland, field corn, garden beet, grasses grown for seed, Brassica, peppermint.

Confront is not for sale or use in Nassau and Suffolk counties, New York. State restrictions on the sale and use of Confront, Dimension, Lontrel, Snapshot and Turflon Ester Ultra apply.

Consult the label before purchase or use for full details. Always read and follow label directions. Clopyralid 3 Herbicide is manufactured by Alligare for control of broad leaf weeds and woody brush in non-crop areas, forestry sites, storage areas, range lands, and pastures.

When using Clopyralid 3 Herbicide there are no grazing or haying restrictions. Product details. Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) ASIN Reviews: 6. Herbicides, chemicals designed specifically to kill weeds, account for nearly 60% of all pesticide sales in the U.S.

U.S. farmers spent an estimated $ billion in for herbicides, with about $ billion more spent in application costs. Herbicide use declined in to only a little more than $ billion (Donaldson et. al., ). Clopyralid, marketed under the trade name STINGER, was labeled for use in asparagus for years.

Clopyralid is a residual herbicide with carryover potential. Adhere to crop rotation restrictions, or follow with labeled crops. Clopyralid is both a postemergence foliar absorbed herbicide and a residual herbicide.control of those species by Weld Herbicide or other Group 4 herbicides.

To delay herbicide resistance consider: Avoiding the consecutive use of Weld Herbicide or other target site of action Group 4 herbicides that have a similar target site of action, on the same weed species.Although this restriction appears to be effective, composters that use hay, manure, and bedding as feedstock should verify that it does not contain aminopyralid residue at levels that, when composted, could harm non-target plants.

Clopyralid. Clopyralid is an herbicide used to control broadleaf weeds, especially thistles and clover.